The comedienne wants people to stop judging Lindsay Lohan while Kim says the troubled actress is 'a strong girl'.
Actress Mo'Nique and reality TV star Kim Kardashian have offered their support to Lindsay Lohan, calling for the star's critics to "stop judging her". The "Mean Girls" star has endured a turbulent summer which has seen her jailed twice and sent to court-ordered rehab.
And now "Precious: Based on the Novel PUSH by Sapphire" star Mo'Nique has spoken out to defend the troubled actress, insisting Lohan needs to left alone so she has space to overcome her troubles. She says, "Stop judging her! That baby simply needs some help and if it was your baby, would you want to turn on the TV every night and hear people's horrible opinions and they don't know what's really happening? So the advice is for us. Stop judging that baby."
And Kardashian, who struck up a friendship with Lohan earlier this year, also sends her best wishes to her pal: "You just have to be supportive of your friends. She's a strong girl and I just wish her the best." But Kelly Osbourne, who has battled her own addictions to painkillers, is refusing to offer Lohan any sympathy: "I honestly don't care. If she wants to get well, she'll get well. I'm not feeding her ego."